Gold is one of the most liquid assets because it is infinitely divisible. This means that it can be divided into smaller and smaller pieces without losing any value. This makes it easy to trade gold in large or small quantities. Plus, gold is also a very dense metal, so a small amount of gold can be worth a lot of money.
In addition, some countries have strict restrictions on the export of currency, but there are no such restrictions on gold. As long as you have some sort of documentation proving ownership of your gold (this might include an assay certificate), you will be able to take it out of the country with you when you go.
There are, however, certain limitations on how much gold you can take outside of your country with you. For example, according to European Union regulations, travelers may only carry €10,000 worth of coins and €25,000 worth of other precious metals if they are traveling within the EU. If they want to leave the EU border or travel through another country’s border then they need to show what they are carrying before leaving their own country’s borders.
The same goes for Canada and Australia. On the other hand, China has limits on the importation of gold bars, bullion coins, and jewelry; Hong Kong has limits on both imports and exports; Singapore prohibits exporting jewelry made from local materials; Taiwan does not allow exporting jewelry made from locally mined gold; Japan does not allow importing jewelry made from local materials.